Huawei Nova series flip phone with Kirin 9010E chipset may launch in August

Huawei Nova series flip phone may be launched in August. Earlier it was rumored that this phone will come in July. But according to the latest leak, now it may be delayed. An update has also come about its price. According to which the upcoming phone can be launched at a price lower than the price of Huawei Pocket 2 smartphone. Huawei Pocket 2 was launched by the company in February. It has also been revealed that Huawei Nova series flip phone will have a bigger outer display.

The price of Huawei Nova series flip phone can be between 4 thousand to 5 thousand yuan (about Rs 46,000 to Rs 57,000). This was revealed by tipster Dingjiao Digital on Weibo (via) has been done. Regarding the processor, the tipster has said that the phone will be equipped with the same processor as the Pura 70 Satellite Messaging Edition. The Pura 70 Satellite Messaging Edition has a Kirin 9010E chipset.

The outer design of the Nova series flip phone can be different. While the outer display of Huawei Pocket 2 is a small circular screen, it can come in a bigger size in the upcoming phone. It is said to be more useful than Pocket 2 in terms of features and functions. However, the specifications of the Nova series flip phone can be given based on the Pocket 2 phone.

Huawei Pocket 2 has a 6.94 inch LTPO OLED Bhatri display. It has a resolution of 1136 x 2690 pixels. The phone gets a peak brightness of 2200 nits. Talking about the external display, it is equipped with a 1.15 inch screen. This is also an LTPO OLED panel with a resolution of 360×360 pixels. The phone has four XMAGE branded cameras on the rear side. It comes with a 50MP + 8MP + 12MP + 2MP camera setup. The 50MP sensor is the main camera of the phone. The phone has a Kirin 9000S chipset.

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